plunder

Part of speech: noun

The act of plundering.

Part of speech: noun

Plunderer.

Part of speech: verb

To despoil or seize by violence; pillage; rob.

Part of speech: noun

Property taken by violence; booty; spoil.

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Usage examples "plunder":

  1. They halted and dismounted to examine, perhaps to plunder, the bodies. - "The Northern Iron 1907", George A. Birmingham.
  2. He maintains strict discipline; but the only time our Huns do not rob, plunder, and steal is when they are standing in rank and file before Belisarius- or when they are asleep; but then they at least dream of pillaging. - "The Scarlet Banner", Felix Dahn.
  3. There will be plunder beyond reckoning. - "Jimgrim and Allah's Peace", Talbot Mundy.